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    The Market Man
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    As we’ve been having a discussion about weight for age, weight allowances etc in another topic, I thought I’d ask all you that compile your own ratings what is your top rated three year old so far ignoring weight for age. I have adjusted my ratings to completely ignore weight for age. Sir Percy has a + because he’s run only once at a mile and a half and is almost certain  to run to a higher mark in the future.

    <br>127   George Washington<br>125   Dylan Thomas<br>123+ Sir Percy<br>122   Araafa<br>120   Aussie Rules

    <br>The highest rated filly I have is

    118  Alexandrova

    (Edited by The Market Man at 5:57 am on Aug. 1, 2006)

    #74444
    The Market Man
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    Sorry, my ratings adjusted as I initially made a mess of my conversions. They’re right now.

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    empty wallet
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    Raw, not fiddled with etc,etc <br> <br>Dylan Thomas 123<br>Alexandrova 123<br>Dandy Man 117<br>Speciosa 113<br>Aussie Rules 113<br>Araafa 111<br>George W 110<br>Misu Bond 110<br>Naninna 110

    ;)

    #74446
    clivex
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    Dylan Thomas improved a stone from English to irish derby?! :o

    #74447
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    Amazing Clivex ain’t it

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    #74448
    Maxilon 5
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    TMM,

    I have neither the time nor the inclination to compile ratings, but I like reading them. Could you explain to me your logic for rating DT 2lbs higher than SP?

    I can’t see it myself. Not a great deal of daylight between SP and Araafa and Aussie Rules either.

    I’ll accept unequivocally GW’s lofty position btw. Evidence of my own eyes, sah!:biggrin:

    #74449
    The Market Man
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    Maxilon 5, If you look at bare form in lengths on a line through Best Alibi and Mountain, Dylan Thomas finished slightly further ahead of both in the Irish Derby to what he did in the English whilst those two horses seemed to run to within a fraction of their Epsom form indicating that they ran to their marks therefore Dylan Thomas went up a couple of pounds.

    That said I’m extremely confident that Sir Percy is the better horse of the two and I expect his rating to increase quite a bit when he competes against the older horses.

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